clim@ 2020

Over 300 viewers and participants joined the finale of clim@ 2020, a global competition for innovative green enterprises. At the online event on June 2nd, fifteen finalists pitched their solutions for addressing climate change to a jury of experts in climate finance and technology. All five 2020 winners presented strong business ideas to drive the green transformation. The top winners’ ideas included
producing a vegan and eco-friendly leather alternative made from apple waste; a business that designs, installs, and operates 100% solar-powered walk-in cold rooms for outdoor markets and farm clusters to preserve perishable food; a technology-based solution to recover the best possible value out of surplus food; an intelligent platform system for digital shipping packaging creation, and production of biodiesel from used cooking oil.

clim@ competition 2020 finalists

Beyond Leather

Beyond Leather Materials IVS is a Danish company based in Copenhagen. They develop and produce a vegan and eco-friendly alternative to animal leather based on a byproduct from juice and cider production. They basically turn apples into leather.

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ColdHubs Ltd. is a social enterprise that designs, installs, commissions and operates 100% solar-powered…

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Whole Surplus offers holistic and digital solutions to recover the best possible value…

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Manyfolds is a Munich based technology startup developing an intelligent platform system…

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Produces biodiesel from Used Cooking Oil (UCO), contributing to achieving SDGs, climate…

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what clim@ 2020
finalists say

Mikael Eydt

Beyond Leather

Nnaemeka Ikegwuonu

ColdHubs

Pamir Yanik

Whole Surplus

Frank Thomsen

Manyfolds

Mahmoud Abo El Rokab

Biodiesel

clim@ competition 2020 partners

clim@ 2020 largely benefitted from the support of 30+ partners of clim@, including partner financial institutions of the GGF, who promoted the competition within their own networks. include logos of all partners